Windows 10: Logging into Windows 10 Pro using Office 365 credentials

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  1.    05 Nov 2015 #11

    Ok, I understand. We don't use SharePoint or ODFB (Dropbox - sorry). On that basis, I would presume the concerns are limited?
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  2.    05 Nov 2015 #12

    Kari said: View Post
    What an idiot I am!

    Of course it works as you'd like to. Sorry about me not thinking this through, I have never need to do this so I assumed too much. My previous post is not accurate.

    Simply when you have joined Azure AD and you have signed in once using your O365 Business Premium credentials, while signed in to that user account install Office 2016 using one of your 5 seats. It will be connected to your account as I mentioned in my previous post, but only when signed in to using your credentials.

    Sign out, let a coworker sign in using his / her credentials. Because the Office 2016 is now installed on the PC and activated with your O365 credentials, any other user on that same PC can also use Office which in their case will by default be not connected to any account. They can then connect Office to their O365 Business Essentials account, even when their O365 license does not include Office suite, because A) Office is already installed on that PC and B) it is activated with your credentials.

    Okey dokey, need to get my head around that one me thinks!!
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